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Beneath Your Feet



For this striking work, Korean artist Do-Ho Suh placed thousands of tiny human figures below a sheet of glass. They support the weight of visitors who walk through the Singapore Tyler Print Institute. This exhibit will be on display through February 11.

Link | Gallery Website | Photo: Lehmann Maupin Gallery

Previously by This Artist: A Fabric Home

CORRECTION 1/12/12: This exhibit is on display at a gallery in Singapore, not New York City, as previously stated.

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You can see a similar (identical?) work by the same artist at the Indianapolis Museum of Art: http://www.imamuseum.org/art/collections/artwork/floor-suh-do-ho
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The convenient thing about this kind of art is the artist needn't master any artistic technique, and the viewer needn't interpret the predigested magnum opus.
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